By MN Reporter
The Sony Sugar FCi preparing for a season at the National Super League after demotion from the top league last season.
With the relegation, Sony FC will now face off with Migori Youth FC in their own backyard and Shabana FC from nearby Kisii County.
Already the team has recruited 25 new players and has zero in on a head coach who they are still negotiating for personal terms.
Speaking to Migori News, the club’s Secretary Boniface Odhiambo said they are training and their main aim is getting a promotion.
“Currently James Odhiambo, a goalkeeper coach and a team of technical bench is training the squad before we get a new head coach soon,” Odhiambo said.
The club failed to honor matches against Zoo Kericho, AFC Leopards and Tusker FC which went against Article 4.1.7 of laws governing the league that any club that does not turn up for three  fixtures in a season and their explanation, under is not acceptable in all the three  incidences to the committee, will be suspended for the rest of the season.
Formed in 1982, Sony Sugar’s best moment in the top flight was in the 2005-06 season when they clinched the league title under coach Francis Baraza with a record that included over 20 wins.